Grantee Stories: Generosity at Work
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, thousands of nonprofit organizations and the Montanans they serve have benefited from grants totaling more than $37 million since 1988.
Here are just a few stories about how some of our wonderful grantees are putting generosity to work in Montana.
The Chinook Food Pantry serves approximately 25 percent of the population in Blaine County, MT. Read their full story.
The Judith Basin County Free Library located in Stanford, MT offers a wide variety of free services to the local and surrounding area residents that are vital to the community. Read their full story.
Camp Mak-A-Dream offers cost-free, medically supervised Montana experiences, in an intimate community setting, for children, teens, young adults, adults and families affected by cancer. Read their full story.
Originally commissioned in 1904 by Great Falls' first Catholic bishop, St. Ann's represents a vital part of one of Montana's largest communities. Read their full story.
The Nest provides safe, secure and nurturing housing with trauma-informed supportive services for young pregnant/parenting moms and their children. Read their full story.
Founded by three Broadway veterans, Alpine Theatre Project has been bringing Broadway talent, production and education to Flathead Valley residents since 2004. Read their full story.
Big Sky Youth Empowerment (BYEP) was incorporated in 2001 in order to meet the demand for creative programs targeting high school-aged, at-risk youth. Read their full story.